Guest Rooms 86
King Rooms 18
Check in 2:00 PM
Check out 12:00 PM
Smoking rooms No
Pets allowed Yes
Self parking 20 per day
Seasonal Rates: High Low Shoulder
Number of Meeting Rooms 5
Ideal Group Size 25
Max Group Size 40
Resort Fee N/A
Room Tax 10%
Sales Tax N/A
20 min 6 miles (10 km)
Hotel Inglaterra offers a wide variety of culinary experiences in different gastronomic spaces. All rooms have access to our comprehensive room service and breakfast, lunch and dinner services. On the first floor overlooking the Plaza Nueva, our guests can indulge in a rich and varied breakfast buffet whilst enjoying the cityscape. The SEIS TAPAS BAR Restaurant, a new culinary concept located on our ground floor, has a modern and friendly-style, and offers a varied choice of mostly local cuisine. SEIS is a pioneering concept in Seville. You can indulge in elaborate tapas and delicious cocktails whilst enjoying mood music. La Terraza, famed for its wonderful views of Seville, offers our guests an up-scale venue for enjoying select cuisine and exclusive collection of cocktails.
Posted November 15, 2019
MPI Announces Seville, Spain, as Host for 2020 European Meetings and Events Conference
Welcome back to Spain!
Meeting Professionals International, the association’s Iberia Chapter and the Congress and Convention Bureau of Sevilla announced Tuesday that MPI’s European Meetings and Events Conference (EMEC) in 2020 is returning to Spain, heading to the city of Seville.
The conference is tentatively scheduled for Feb. 9-11, 2020, with the Meliá Sevilla serving as the headquarters hotel. EMEC was in Granada, Spain, in 2016.
The announcement of Seville as the next home for EMEC was made as this year’s EMEC closed at the World Forum in The Hague.
MPI Announces Seville, Spain, as Host for 2020 European Meetings and Events Conference“We are very excited to return to Spain for EMEC 2020,” said Darren Temple, chief operations officer for MPI. “Thanks to a strong MPI Iberian Chapter, an appealing destination and an outstanding host venue with the Meliá hotel, we are set up for success. Our events have always performed very strongly in Spain and I am confident that EMEC20 will be the biggest and best yet.”
Planning for the conference is already under way, and MPI will coordinate the program, unlike this year in which EMEC was organized under an agreement with the MPI Netherlands Chapter.
The global MPI team will be using the event design canvas to help identify opportunities for an engaging program in Seville. The event design canvas was used at MPI’s very success World Education Congress last year in Indianapolis.
“I am excited and very happy because it will be a great event,” said Alessia Comis, president of the MPI Iberia Chapter. “I’ve very happy to hear we’re going to plan it with the event design canvas because it is a methodology I believe in.”
Comis said the project will be a challenge for the Iberia Chapter, but added they are ready to begin the arduous undertaking of helping to execute the conference. She’s also hopeful that EMEC will be a boon for Seville’s meeting and event industry.
“The choice of Seville is particularly the right choice because Seville is becoming one of the top players among MICE destinations and it is a city with a lot of assets,” she said. “Many identify Seville as a holiday and MICE destination, and this will be a great opportunity for the city to position itself where it wants to be.”
Yvonne Zegers, business events executive at the Congress and Convention Bureau in Seville, agreed, stating that EMEC will be an opportunity to show the destination to event planners. She said her team has been working with MPI to identify partners in the city that would want to engage the meeting industry audience. The partners include Turespaña, which was represented in The Hague by Ana Román.
Zegers said attendees will be in for a unique experience in the city.
“Seville is very traditional,” she said. “When you think about Spain, you think about something like Seville. We have modern parts but still some very traditional things such as the third-biggest cathedral in the world (Seville Cathedral) and the Royal Alcázar Palace, which is still in use by the royal family and also became more popular as Game of Thrones (television series) was filmed there recently.”
Michelin Guide 2020
Posted September 20, 2019
110th Anniversary of the Michelin Guide
The 2020 Michelin Guide to Spain & Portugal will be officially presented in Seville, on November 20th, at the Lope de Vega Theater and the Casino de la Exposición.
Andalusia is gaining traction in the fine dining space: in 2009, it was home to just 8 restaurants with Michelin stars, and in 2019, that number increased to 18, although there were 173 restaurants in the region highlighted in that edition (including locales with Bib Gourmand and Plato Michelin distinctions). It’s also worth noting that Andalusia welcomes around 650,000 tourists each year who visit to sample the region’s culinary treasures.
The event in November will attract leading figures in culture and gastronomy, as well as journalists, food critics, government officials and, of course, chefs. The gala dinner will feature dishes prepared by Michelin star chefs in Andalusia, coordinated by Ángel León, whose famous restaurant Aponiente holds 3 Michelin stars.
5th Centenary of the first voyage around the world by Magellan and Elcano
Posted September 20, 2019
5th Centenary of the first voyage around the world by Magellan and Elcano
When?: From Mar 22, 2018 to Sep 6, 2022
More information : http://vcentenario.es/
It was the first great global event. The expedition of Fernando de Magallanes - Magellan - and Juan Sebastián Elcano set out from Seville in 1519 and ended in 1522 after circling the globe. Spain is commemorating it with a programme of exhibitions, concerts, conferences and even a tour of various ports in a ship like the ones that first sailed around the world.
Spain was the starting point of a voyage which would take three years and become a historic milestone. Five ships, with a crew of over 230 men, began a voyage to the Spice Islands (part of what is now Indonesia) in search of new routes, which ended in 1522 after they had sailed all the way around the world.Spain will mark the occasion with special events from 2018 to 2022. The events will be especially important in the ports where the voyage began (Seville and Sanlúcar de Barrameda), their stopping place in Tenerife, and the city of Valladolid, where King Charles I of Spain gave Magellan his consent for the expedition.
Posted September 28, 2018
European venue of the International Emotions Travel Fair for Premium Tourism
Sevilla will replace Barcelona in this professional event. During the
fair, 240 representatives of high quality products from 40 different
countries will meet.
Emotions Travel is one of the most important fairs in this segment,
and will be celebrated in the Andalusian capital in 2019, 2020 and
2021 thanks to the collaboration of Seville and FIBES.
The Mayor of Seville, Juan Espadas, emphasizes the collaboration of
private and public initiative to further grow the tourist industry in the
city and to internationally strengthen the destination Seville.
Seville will host the next three editions of the International Emotions Travel Fair
for Premium Tourism (2019, 2020 and 2021), as mayor Juan Espadas announced
today during a meeting with local tourism representatives. "It is not easy to
position the city internationally in the premium segment and to attract tourists
with high spending power. That is why it is very important to be the European
seat of this event for three years, which will bring together 240 specialized
representatives from 40 different countries," he said.
Espadas and Agustina Trucco, founder and CEOs of Emotions Travel, explained
the details of this appointment for professionals, currently celebrated two time a
year, during a meeting with entrepreneurs gathered in the Palacio Mármoles:
one in South America, in Buenos Aires, the site where the fair was founded , and
a second in Europe, which took place in Barcelona last year and this year. The fair
will be held in the Pabellón de la Navegación, Seville, from 10 to 13 November
2019 and it is considered that a third seat of the fair will be set up in the United
States (New York).
The Mayor, accompanied by Antonio Jiménez, the City Commissioner for
Housing, Culture and Tourism, and the managing directors of the Consorcio de
Turismo and Contursa-FIBES, respectively Antonio Jiménez and Jesús Rojas,
thanked the two teams for their effort to host Emotions Travel in Seville, and also
emphasized the collaboration between public and private initiative, so that the
tourist destination of Seville continues to grow, diversifying its markets and
segments, reducing its seasonality and relying on quality tourism.
The Mayor recalled the "joint work" that began in the middle of last May with
twenty city brands (fashion, (fashion, jewelry, accessories), craftsmen and hotels to
make an offer of the city in the platinum segment.
Emotions Travel is considered the meeting point of the professionals of the most
important premium segment in Latin America and specializes in high-end travel
experiences, based on the concept of the new luxury, and offers a wide range of
trends. This event in Seville offers the opportunity to connect the organizers of
Emotions Travel with local companies that focus on the high-end segment, as well
as to strengthen the professional relationships between the participants.
In this sense, Espadas emphasized that the city´s tourist offer adapts to the new
luxury concept, adding the heritage and cultural offer of the city to a variety of
experiences in the hotels, the local cuisine, the craftsmanship or the fair trade in
the monumental city center and with interesting tourist products such as the
network of Casas Palacio (palaces) links. The mayor has also recently recalled that
Seville is facing the last quarter of 2018 and the whole of 2019 with at least a dozen
major international events; among them, the event of the world tourism industry
par excellence, the summit of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).